The 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends eating (and enjoying!) seafood 8 or more ounces per week (less for young children) throughout your life, to reap the many nutritional benefits seafood offers. Studies have shown that eating patterns that include seafood are associated with reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, and moderate evidence indicates that these eating patterns are associated with a reduced risk of obesity.
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A recent article from the USDA Agricultural Research Service points out that U.S. consumers are missing out on the health benefits of seafood.
After an exhaustive and rigorous scientific review, FDA has arrived at the decision that AquAdvantage salmon is as safe to eat as any non-genetically engineered (GE) Atlantic salmon, and also as nutritious.
The FDA and EPA advisory to pregnant women has finally been updated to encourage fish consumption for the neurodevelopmental benefits for their children.
New report published in British Medical Journal Higher consumption of dietary marine n-3 PUFA is associated with a lower risk of breast cancer.
New report published in the New England Journal of Medicine shows that eating a Mediterranean Diet which includes seafood helps reduce the risk of Cardiovascular disease.
PowerPoint presentations from this national conference on seafood and health messages.
held in Rome on January 25-29, 2010 is now available on the Internet.
Making healthy food choices is one important thing you can do to reduce your risk of heart disease—the leading cause of death of men and women in the United States.
The Dietary Guidelines for Americans are the cornerstone of Federal nutrition policy and nutrition education activities.